National Parks of Japan Protecting our natural heritage for future generations

ShimaIse-Shima National Park

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Park Etiquette

In order for everyone to have a pleasant experience, the visitors to the national parks are advised to respect nature and observe the following:

For the conservation of nature

  • Do not throw away any trash.Do not throw away any trash.
  • Do not pick wildflowers/damage plants.Do not pick wildflowers/damage plants.
  • Do not feed wild animals.Do not feed wild animals.
  • No hunting or fishing.No hunting or fishing.
  • Bonfires / recreational fires are only permitted in designated areas.Bonfires / recreational fires are only permitted in designated areas.
  • Beware of high surf and gusty winds. (Beware of tidal changes.)Beware of high surf and gusty winds. (Beware of tidal changes.)
  • Danger of Landslides when raining.Danger of Landslides when raining.
  • When you feel an earthquake, be prepared for a tsunami and evacuate immediately to higher ground.
  • Catching fish and shellfish by the public other than fishery operators might constitute a violation of fishery rights and be punishable by law.
  • The entry of vehicles into the breeding grounds of loggerhead turtles is restricted.